The key to this design is lithium batteries. When combined with water, they create a chemical reaction with enough heat to explode a bottle of Axe body spray.
The point of all this is to demonstrate that the TSA’s security measures are more of a spectacle than real protection. In an interview with Fast Company, Booth explains that he started working on the project shortly after the TSA began using full-body scanners to screen passengers. “It just seemed so invasive, and really expensive,” he says. “And if you’re going to go through all that trouble getting into the terminal, why is all this stuff available in the terminal?”
“I think people have kind of been suspecting that the type of things I’ve built are possible,” added Booth. “I just don’t think anyone’s ever taken the time to do it.”
Check out the rest of Booth’s homemade arsenal here. Really this proves the one thing we’ve always know… “Given enough time”… “If there’s will”… “Life uh… finds a way.” I dunno, one or all of those quotes.
Start gathering your daggers for next year…
HAPPY HALLOWEEN from Elliot & Amanda your resident “Nerds in the Know (NitK)” writers!!
Party, Trick-or-Treat, or Hide from Halloweenies SAFELY.
Roommates. Parents. Friends. The general public. What do all these people have in common? They always get all up in your business when you’re on the computer! Peeking over your shoulder, asking you what you’re watching, or ruining your self-sexy times with their prying eyes.
Well, say goodbye to that problem! This easy-ish hack will allow you to be the only one to see your screen with a special pair of eyeglasses. It’s a tutorial that’ll show you how to take the polarized layer off (this part will actually probably take a while) and then shows you how to make polarized glasses so that you, and only you, can see your monitor.
Unless someone in your residence or in the public also has polarized glasses on, in which case, you’re screwed dude.
I think we’ve all seen how you can turn a bag of chips into an easy serving snack bowl by pushing up from the bottom. But this method out of South Korea is definitely one that will impress party-goers, especially judging by the oooohs and aaaahs of the crowd at that particular party.
Ah, lifehacks. Making life easier since YouTube.
Halloween is just around the corner, which means that y’all need to get to the pumpkin store and get to carvin’. But what if you’re a completely talentless hack when it comes to working with large, orange gourds?
Well, that’s why the internet exists. I will be using the drill method this year, because I am lazy and I only actually like gutting pumpkins.